"The National Trust for Jersey is aware that States members face a difficult challenge in agreeing the strategic direction of our forthcoming Bridging Island Plan and in particular striking the right balance between the urgent need for affordable housing whilst protecting Jersey’s natural beauty, environment and sense of place."
However, when considering the plethora of tabled amendments, the Trust sincerely hopes that each States member will carefully consider their personal obligation to ensure that the Bridging Island Plan is fully compliant with the Planning Law 2002. This law not only states that any plan must deliver sustainable development but equally the means to “protect, enhance, conserve and to use wisely the natural beauties, natural resources and biodiversity” of our Island. In addition it is the intention of the law to ensure that “the coast of the Island is kept in its natural state”.

Bridging Island Plan Letter

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